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High medical costs can lead to financial toxicity for patients and providers
of all adults report not taking their medicines as prescribed at some point in the past year because of the cost1
of physicians report having patients who went without medical care at some point in the past year because of the cost2
of patient obligations above $200 are sent to collections or are written off by the provider3
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Patient Advocate Manager
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“Finding assistance programs for our patients takes 10 seconds with AssistPoint, as opposed to 2 hours with our old, reactive approach”
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“AssistPoint allows me to keep things from falling through the cracks”
“AssistPoint helps me get the most I can for the patient”
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References: 1. Poll: Nearly 1 in 4 Americans Taking Prescription Drugs Say It’s Difficult to Afford Their Medicines, including Larger Shares Among Those with Health Issues, with Low Incomes and Nearing Medicare Age. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. https://www.kff.org/health-costs/press-release/poll-nearly-1-in-4-americans-taking-prescription-drugs-say-its-difficult-to-afford-medicines-including-larger-shares-with-low-incomes/. Published March 01, 2019. Accessed February 19, 2020. 2. Perez, S., Weissman, A., Read, S., Smith, C., Colello, L., Peter, D. and Nickel, W., 2019. U.S. Internists' Perspectives on Discussing Cost of Care With Patients: Structured Interviews and a Survey. Annals of Internal Medicine, 170(9_Supplement), p.S39. 3. Chernew ME, Bush J. As patients take on more costs, will providers shoulder the burden? Health Affairs Blog. May 4, 2017. doi: 10.1377/hblog20170504.059950. Available at: https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20170504.059950/full/. Accessed June 24, 2020.